I am a photographer based in Felpham, a village in West Sussex on the English South coast.
I started taking photographs in the early 1970’s. In those days I used Kodachrome colour transparency film, occasionally black and white. Today I work predominantly in digital, using Canon equipment. I also have a small collection of antique film cameras and from time to time, I use these to shoot on 120 roll film or 4×5″ sheet negatives.
For many years I have been interested in wildlife and many of my images are of birds, animals and flowers. I also enjoy exploring other subjects in both the natural and man-made worlds, seeking where I can to find unusual views and telling my own story.
I enjoy meeting and working with other photographers; I am a member of the Bognor Regis Camera Club and Independent Photographers in the South East. I run workshops for Bognor Regis Camera Club and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). I am a Licentiate of the the Royal Photographic Society and recently completed the New York Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) short course, Seeing Through Photographs.
If you wish to purchase a print of any of the images on this site, please contact me.